Player’s Health provides essential medical information and injury reporting via a HIPAA-compliant mobile app to manage the health and care of youth athletes. Player’s Health is helping to advance the Players First pillars of Player Health & Safety and Parent Engagement & Education.
NOTE: Player’s Health is offering the platform for free to all US Club Soccer members.
Player’s Health is an interactive mobile platform designed to allow coaches to quickly and easily document any injury that occurs during practice or games. This promotes real-time communication between coaches and parents to best care for the health and well-being of youth athletes. The HIPAA-compliant interface simplifies the flow of youth athlete health information between coach, parent and health care provider. Player’s Health fosters a personalized network of care for each youth athlete.
Player’s Health connects parents, coaches and healthcare providers by mobilizing youth athlete health records.
From Player’s Health: “At Player’s Health, we know that a single undiagnosed injury can threaten the life and well-being of an athlete. What we know makes us stronger. Player’s Health puts essential health care information at the parent and coaches fingertips. With real-time communication between coach and parent, we strive to eliminate injuries that slip through the cracks. This means more comprehensive and more immediate documentation of injuries, strengthening the channels of communication between parent and coach, and putting the responsibility for the care and well-being of youth athletes back into the hands of the parents. With Player’s Health, no child should re-enter the field, rink or court without the express consent of the parent.”
As part of US Club Soccer's Players First commitment, leading Player Health & Safety experts from 11+, Fit for 90, Player's Health, Positive Coaching Alliance and Sideline Sports Doc will deliver a webinar titled: "Putting Players First in Injury Management" this afternoon on US Club Soccer's Facebook page from 1-2 p.m. ET....
In response to some of the recent eye-opening stories and research findings connecting soccer to serious long-term health effects, a new study – conducted by the Football Association and the Professional Footballers' Association in England – will seek to assess the prevalence and severity of degenerative brain diseases associated with playing soccer....
In the latest means of enrichment to US Club Soccer’s Player Health & Safety focus, Players First partner Player’s Health will be on-site in Aurora, Colo., with athletic trainers at the 2018 ENPL National Finals, Girls NPL Finals and National Cup XVII Finals....